twenty for 2020 campaign

Working with hundreds of rescues across the UK and Ireland, throughout 2020 we will be identifying those cats who have been in rescue care for the longest time. By highlighting these deserving cats through nationwide publicity and social sharing we aim to reach their perfect person. Your Share, Tweet or Post could do it.

Over 2 Years in Rescue

!! HOMED !!
Prince had been in the care of Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs for over two years.

prince from thanet cat clubBut thanks to being seen on Cat Chat, feisty Prince has found himself the perfect home. This beautiful, smart, amazing 'cat of a lifetime' rogue wanted to be the only cat in a child-free house. Experienced cat owners, Helen and Peter were able to offer him just that.

Whilst Prince could present a challenge to some, he is affectionate with those that he knows and trusts. After only a few days in his new home, the rescue told us: "His adopters love him and he settled more or less straight away. Prince adores his new humans, and it’s as if he has always lived with them!"

As part of Cat Chat's twentieth anniversary celebrations, all cats adopted from our campaign are homed with a parcel of goodies including HiLife Cat Food, a personalised cat collar from Kitty Collars and Feliway to help them adjust to their new life. All cats featured in the campaign are vet checked, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before adoption.

Our Twenty for 2020 campaign will run throughout the year and aims to help more cats like Prince to find a new home. You can help by supporting our campaign. All you need to do is simply share our pages and posts on your social media so a much wider audience will see and read the stories of these fabulous felines. Together we can find them their perfect person.

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deborah meaden“I am proud to be supporting Cat Chat and their splendid 'Twenty for 2020' campaign. Throughout the year we will be highlighting the 20 most overlooked cats in UK rescue, helping them out of shelters and into homes.

Some of these cats have been in rescue care for several years. Seemingly invisible to adopters, due to their colour, age, health, nervousness or behaviour quirks. Often they are just craving someone who truly understands them and can transform their life. If you have space for a new feline friend, please take a look at these most deserving cats.”

Deborah Meaden, businesswoman